This morning in front of City Hall, Democrat

Linda Seaman

announced her bid for a seat on the

Charlottesville City Council

. Seaman, a thirty-three year resident of the City, emphasized her past experience as a City School Board member, as the former Executive Director of the Charlottesville Area School Business Alliance (CASBA), and said she would bring a focus on cooperation with Albemarle County as she seeks regional approaches to community challenges.  Ms. Seaman currently serves as a member of the board of the

Interfaith Movement Promoting Action by Congregations Together

(also known as IMPACT), which has been lobbying local leaders on affordable living choices and public transportation issues.

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The City Council election is being held in November 2007 and local Democrats have scheduled a June 2nd nominating convention. See Charlottesville Tomorrow’s

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Brian Wheeler


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